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Football is sadly not coming home, but we at least have something to cheer about.
Yep, the song we've all been chanting for the past few weeks, 'Three Lions', has hit the Number One spot in the singles charts… and has also broken a massive record in the process.
The Baddiel, Skinner & Lightning Seeds tune has now become the first song in Official Charts history to score four spells at the top with the same artist line-up. Yes, really.
It topped the charts twice when originally released in 1996, while the 1998 re-work returned to Number One before the 2018 feat.
David Baddiel called the achievement "awkward", Frank Skinner adding: "I must say, as consolation prizes go...".
Last week's chart-topper George Ezra came in at Number Two, having encouraged fans to help 'Three Lions' dethrone him, so it all clearly paid off.
It's a nice bit of news considering England were knocked out of the World Cup during the semi-final with Croatia this week.
The tense match saw England score a goal within five minutes, though it all went awry in the second half when Croatia levelled, before scoring the winning goal in extra time to take the result to 2-1.
There may have been a bad omen though, with a dead fish landing on the pitch at one point – so we're just going to blame that, OK?
England will play for a shot at third place tomorrow (July 14) with a match against Belgium.